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How Come Participle Has An Adverbial Usage...

'Sitting at the cafe with my friends, I suddenly realised that I had left the oven on at home.' Like this, participle have an adverbial usage sometimes. But how come? I heard...

Does This Make Sense?

Can you tell me if the sentence in bold make sense? If there are better words to use, of if I have mistakes please let me know thanks. Please let me know if I have mistake in...

To Have Done?

1. I would like to have finished the work sòon/by tomorrow. 2. I want to have finished the work soon/by tomorrow. 3. It's impossible to have finished the work soon/by tomorrow...

While I Go Away?

Hi teachers~ I heard 'while I go away' in an English video. I think 'while I am away' is correct, but I am not sure. Ex) Would you take care of kids while I go away?" Thanks...

Eager To Talk With A Native Speaker?

I want to find an app to interact with native Americans to keep up my English. I was wondering if anyone here would know a way to do so. By the way , I'm an English learner from...

A Partner Or Partner?

After the name of the person, should it be - partner, or a partner? "Energy is the linelife of education and from there the path to patience is already open", tells us Elkana...

Produce A Confernce For/To The Middle...

Some smarthphones companies teamed up in order to produce a confernce for/to the middle east What should I use, for or to? ...

Sure To Have Done?

He is sure to have done the work by tomorrow. 1. Does the sentence above make sense and work fine? 2 Does the sentence above refer to the future? I know "to do" is better...

On Or In Weeks?

Hi, I came across this sentence in a book and I think it's wrong. "I have a seminar in history on even weeks." Shouldn't it be 'during' or 'in'? I can't imagine using 'on' with...

Question About Sentences?

Dear all, My friend is a Salestax officer. He detained one vehicle carrying goods on 17/02/2020 for not producing required documents.They intimated him that they would produce...

Sentence On Confirmed Is Right Or Wrong...

1. Your appointment is confirmed for tomorrow. 2. Your appointment has been confirmed for tomorrow. Which one is right 1 or 2?? ...

The Preposition "With"?

There is the sentence having this preposition:" I took them down hastily (the list), intending to use the list some time in a box head WITH an article in the Star. " As i understood...

Is The Remark Understood?

"How long were you together?" "We were together for three years, but I never really loved her." "You didn't?" "No." "What's the point then?" Is the last remark understood to...

Usage Of The Word 'Beset'?

In dictionary.com, there was this tip as a side note on the definiton of 'beset' and it said, " Tip: The form beset is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past...

Which One Is Grammatically Correct?

They returned the coffee table to us as it is. No gold leafing work was done. They returned the coffee table to us as it wa. No gold leafing work was done. ...

Who Or Whom (I Know, I Know!)?

I am fairly confident that I know the answer, but I tend to be wrong more often than not whenver I feel confident, so it doesn't hurt to ask! Which sentence below would be the...

Do Well On The Test On Monday.

Do well on the test on Monday. I feel like 'on Monday' can modify 'the test' as an adjective phrase and can also modify 'Do well' as an adverb phrase but whichever it is, they...

Shortening Of Sentences And Omission Of...

Hi there, when I shorten 'if' sentences omitting the same subjects without mentioning them twice, How should I do that? I have given three examples and have written two shorter...

Having All Set To?

The PBC said that it seemed as if Naseem was the "master mind of the conspiracy against the judiciary" keeping in mind his "dubious past conduct" in filing of a reference against...

Enough To Have Spent Vs Enough To Spend...

1. If there is enough time to have spent on learning English, you can improve your language skill in a very short time. 2. If there is enough time to spend on learning English...

Prepositions?

Is this sentence correct: a) "If you walk to Clayton Shopping Center, there is no point for you to jog in the evening, because that will have been enough of an exercize....

Grammatically Correct?

Hi! Is this grammatically correct? Thanks, Fulvio 1. At the moment it seems to be getting worser and worser. ...

Meanings?

1. Suppose that a establishment is out of servisse, because its work day is over. Then, would it be correct to say: "The restaurant has closed." 2. And how about...

Adjectives?

Which sounds more natural: a) "a sturdy pair of boots" or b) "a robust pair of boots" ...

Verbs?

Are these sentence correct: a) "What could I do to lower my accent?" b) "What could I do to reduce my accent?"
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